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The Sacramento Bee
Bike collectives serve Sacramento’s hipsters and homeless alike

Bike collectives serve Sacramento’s hipsters and homeless alike


Bicyclists arrive at the Bicycle Kitchen in midtown.

Salvaged bicycle wheels dangle over the workshop of midtown’s Sacramento Bicycle Kitchen as visitors turn wrenches in the fluorescent light. Reggae-soul plays softly beneath the sounds of clanging tools and pleasant chatter as shop volunteers help community members repair damaged bikes.

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Police Lose Track of ‘Bait Bike’ after GPS is Disabled

Jan 16, 2014
Police Lose Track of ‘Bait Bike’ after GPS is Disabled

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Sacramento Police say they GPS attached to a bait bike was disabled, making it hard for officers to track down the person that took it.

“ is an electronic device but, as you know, it’s an electronic device …


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New Nevada City Bistro will celebrate city’s bicycle heritage

New Nevada City Bistro will celebrate city’s bicycle heritage

A new dining establishment called Nevada City Bistro, which includes “to go” food, is opening in downtown Nevada City that will celebrate the city’s long heritage with bicycles. The Nevada City Bistro at 104 Union Street will feature an espresso bar, sandwiches, burritos and such. It has applied for a license to sell beer. “The historical...

Appeal Democrat
Bicyclist dies in Yuba County accident

A 45-year-old Marysville man riding a mountain bike was killed Thursday night on Simpson Lane in Linda when he was clipped by a vehicle, the California Highway Patrol said today. Marcus W. Barnes, 25, of Marysville, was driving a 2007 Mitsubishi...

The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento’s Emily Kachorek gears up for cyclocross success

Sacramento’s Emily Kachorek gears up for cyclocross success

Emily Kachorek grew up as a seriously good athlete and something of a tomboy – soccer, softball, roller hockey, horse jumping and pretty much anything the boys could do. The San Diego native earned two college degrees, got married and had sett...

The Sacramento Bee
Davis adopts new bicycle fines after public backlash

Davis adopts new bicycle fines after public backlash

Ricky Milay, a UC Davis student, gets a warning ticket from a Davis police officer on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013. As UC Davis students flock back to campus, the city of Davis has lowered its fines across the board for bike infractions. Students face...

The Sacramento Bee
Davis adopts new bicycle fines after public backlash

Davis adopts new bicycle fines after public backlash

Despite the threat of $202 fines, cyclists in the bike mecca of Davis have been known to flout the rules. “On a bicycle, it’s acceptable to run a stop sign,” said Kieran Noble-Goodman, 21, a junior transfer student. “It&#x...

The Sacramento Bee
Record-setting pro cyclist Chris Horner to lead Amador County charity ride

Record-setting pro cyclist Chris Horner to lead Amador County charity ride

Klasna, left, trains eight years ago with Chris Horner on Highway 193 near Cool.Professional cyclist Chris Horner, who made history last month when he became the oldest winner of a three-week grand tour race, will ride for charity Saturday in Ion...

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Roseville Road, Closed by Deadly Crash, Reopens

Sep 24, 2013
Roseville Road, Closed by Deadly Crash, Reopens

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A deadly crashed closed part of Roseville Road Tuesday morning.

California Highway Patrol officers say a bicyclist was struck by a garbage truck near Oakhollow Drive. Traffic had backed up to Palm Avenue not long after the crash.

Roseville …


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New law requires cars to give bicyclists more space

“Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation requiring motorists to give bicyclists at least 3 feet of space when passing on a California roadway, after vetoing similar legislation during the last two years,” the Sacramento Bee is reporting “Assembly Bill 1371, by Assemblyman Steven Bradford, D-Gardena, requires motorists to slow down if they can’t give...



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